Fiddle solo, H. German - piano, Copley 9-116. The flipside of this is Flax in bloom/The Millstone/The Dairymaid, which is also a James Morrison medley. Coleman received much more attention than Morrison or Killoran, but these two were definitely no slouches as fiddlers, and it was noteworthy of Cronin to honor Morison here instead of recreating one of Coleman's medleys. The third and fourth parts of Rakish Paddy are said to be Coleman's composition, presumably after he recorded the usual first two parts in the early 1920s. Morrison's recording popularized the Wheels of the World, which is a popular tune with the fiddlers. Piper Liam Walsh's playing of Rolling Down the Hill is on this site, which is an A minor reel very similar to the Wheels; Willie Clancy called this tune the Old Wheels of the World, noting the resemblance, I suppose.